Engaging and inspiring Generation Y in the workplace can be quite a challenge, especially if you are not savvy with the latest iPod and Bluetooth technology. So how do you go about employing, and then keeping, a Generation Y worker in today’s competitive employment market?
Most stay at home moms are time poor but rich on ideas and enthusiasm, so here are a few tips to get you using your best skills to get back into the workforce. If you are looking for cover letters for stay at home moms returning to workforce, this is the place to begin. Read on, for your dream job!
Are you feeling stressed out and overwhelmed at work? There are many strategies you can try to help with relieving stress at work – often the first step is simply to identify that stress is the problem for you. After that it is simple, with a few changes often all it takes to relieve your stress.
Are you stressing about college interviews? Are you worried you might forget everything at the crucial moment? Never fear – try these tips on college interviews that really work. Most have stood the test of time, and have got many a stressed out college applicant out of hot water when needed!
It’s not everyone who can claim a movie star for a granny! This hilarious tale in the Granny series by Jan Dallimore links easily with media literacy and using film and drama in the classroom with 2nd grade readers. As a first chapter book it is a great story to use in English with early elementary.
Many children with physical disabilities also have epilepsy as an additional disability. Special education teachers need to know basic facts on the condition as well as seizure first aid. This article covers what causes epilepsy and general epilepsy treatments.
Funding is a word that strikes fear into the heart of many a special education teacher! Private early intervention and support for children with autism is expensive. Government disability funding is often hard to come by, particularly in the area of autism funding. So what’s the story in Australia?
Far from being a single language country, Australia has evolved into a nation which embraces many different cultures and languages. Even primary children as young as five are getting into the act!
Cane toads are a devastating pest causing havoc to Australian wildlife in the north. But determined groups of locals are getting together to stop their relentless march across the country. Explore this environmental lesson plan for ESL learners with a focus on vocabulary and comprehension.
This article shows you how to use conflict resolution strategies with the parents and guardians of students in your class. Parent – teacher interviews and educational plan writing times can be challenging times for all parties. Avoiding conflict is important in achieving goals for your students.
Art is a fabulous subject to share with special needs learners. It is a vehicle for developing literacy, numeracy, communication, creativity, higher order thinking and social abilities in a positive and enjoyable setting. Give art a go with your special needs learners, who may have a hidden talent.
Imagine living in a place where the distances are so vast you can’t drive to your local school. Education is an essential, but how do you do it if you can’t get to your school? You use distance education, of course!